Gormley discusses impeachment issues with Brazil's largest news organization
Duquesne University President-elect Ken Gormley appeared this week on Sem Fronteiras (Without Borders), an international current affairs program shown across Brazil. Gormley, a U.S. constitutional law scholar and best-selling author, discussed the U.S. impeachment process with a correspondent for Globo Networks, Brazil's largest news organization. The interview was part of a 20-minute special news report on the country's political crisis and the vote to impeach president Dilma Rousseff.
The interview ran on Sem Fronteiras on Sunday, April 17, and will air again today, Thursday, April 21, 2016.
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